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  • Panel On The Nonprofit Sector Issues Report

    By Jeff Jones — April 1, 2005

    Nonprofit leaders recommended sweeping charitable reform in a new report, even as others in the sector questioned the handling of its release and scope.

  • Special Report: Online Giving Is More Than The Donate Now Button

    By Robert Ford — April 1, 2005

    Communication with donors equals dollars. That’s a direct response truism. So why do nonprofits slap a “donate now” button on their Web sites and expect the money to roll in?

  • Special Report: Microsites Maximizing

    By Craig Causer — April 1, 2005

    Nothing is more relaxing than stepping back from the rat race to spend a quiet weekend at a serene bed and breakfast or an historic inn. For more than one rural property in Massachusetts, the homespun charm is woven online via microsites thanks to a nonprofit organization — The Trustees of Reservations (TOR) in Sharon, Mass.

  • Lists That Generate Cash

    By Jeff Jones — March 15, 2005

    Tammy Wagner of the American Breast Cancer Foundation (ABCF) learned about list rental and exchange through the school of hard knocks.

  • NIA Launched To Promote Nonprofit Patent Free Zone

    By Craig Causer — March 1, 2005

    A group of technology vendors and service providers that serve nonprofit organizations banded together to promote improved access to new innovations and technologies. The launch of the Nonprofit Innovation Alliance (NIA) marks the beginning of a battle regarding royalties paid for business method patents, patents which have become increasingly controversial in the for-profit world.

  • Promise Keepers Looks To Rebound

    By Tom Pope — March 1, 2005

    The parable says not to put all your eggs in one basket. New Chief Financial Officer Jackie Loh of the religious organization Promise Keepers in Denver aims to avoid that problem from the group’s past.

  • Special Report: Give And Go

    By Matthew Sinclair — March 1, 2005

    Call it supporting a good cause, hedging one’s bets or cramming for the final exam, Americans tend to prefer donating to faith-based health care or long term care.

  • Discussing Accountability

    By Jeff Jones — March 1, 2005

    When two U.S. Senators encouraged Washington, D.C.-based Independent Sector to convene a national panel last September, officials and nonprofit leaders started laying the foundation for a far-reaching review of the sector.

  • Nomadic Lists

    By Clint Carpenter — February 15, 2005

    Some shakers in the nonprofit list industry have also been movers of late.

  • Whistling Dixie

    By Craig Causer — February 15, 2005

    Flocking to the local multiplex on the weekend continues as one of the staples of youth. According to a 2003 Motion Picture Association report, patrons ages 12 through 24 account for 30 percent of total yearly admissions to movies, as measured by ticket purchases.


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